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Hike along Deschutes River to Cline Falls

It was a glorious Fall day, the day after Thanksgiving and we decided to spend the day outside to enjoy the sun before the winter set in. So out came the local hike book and we chose the one closest to home. Just three miles down the road is Cline Falls State Park with a […]

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AM Solar in Springfield, Oregon for all your RV Solar Needs

AM Solar in Springfield, Oregon just East of Eugene is well known for its expertise in all things solar. In business since 1988 they have become the Recreational Vehicle Solar go to business. People come from all over the US to have their solar systems installed or repaired by AM Solar. We first experienced their […]

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Driving Oregon Hwy 26

Oregon Hwy 26 is one of Oregon’s most picturesque drives. As it winds west to east across the center of the state, it winds through deep gorges, crosses ancient volcanic mountain ranges and steep river valleys. Between these harsh, but beautiful vistas are lush fields with grazing cattle and small towns, each with its own […]

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Tips and Tricks to Make RV Travel Easier

We have been rving for over 30 years and have picked up some tips and tricks to make RV travel easier and some make life in your RV safer. Please don’t don’t forget to share your favorites on Facebook or Pinterest. Thanks! We are camping in Viento State Park today. We came a day early and […]

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No Place Like Home

Check out a great blog post by Gone with the Dogs about our good friends Mike and Imkelina (Blanics) and their wonderful Cambria Hidey Hole.

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Crooked River Road (Highway 27) -Campgrounds

  Crooked River Road (Highway 27) is one of the prettiest roads in Oregon. It is also called the Lower Crooked River Back Country Byway and connects Highway 20 east of Bend, Oregon to Highway 126 in Prineville, Oregon. This is not a long drive, approximately 45 miles, but it is very scenic. The road […]

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